Priority Response leads to quicker police dispatch, more arrests and more apprehensions.
A quicker response is the better response, especially when it comes to intruders. Priority Response is a process adopted by law enforcement and dispatch teams. It means that video-verified alarms are seen as crimes in progress, and police are immediately sent to the scene.
Not only does it reinforce the value of video alarm systems, but it also benefits the entire community with:
- Better protection for customers.
- Better information for law officers responding to potentially dangerous situations.
- Fewer losses and reduced payouts for insurers.
- And… more arrests, more consistently.
“Video alarms are changing
Listen to Sheriff Paul H. Fitzgerald, President of the National Sheriffs’ Association, describe how priority response to video alarms is helping police officers to more effectively respond to property crime.